Yes, PowerPoint, on the premise that I'm already a PP jockey, I can figure out how to make bendy lines and things easily, and Illustrator just stumps me. So before we get into *that* argument, yes, I know that Illustrator is faster, stronger, shinier, and probably smells like fresh dew on rose petals. I just don't know how to use it, and I'm way too lazy to learn.
On the left, the original fella, pixelated all to crap because he's blown up from avatar size and I didn't keep the full-size scan of the original felt-tip drawing (or the drawing itself, for that matter). On the right, Mr. Spiffy as a vector drawing after I traced over the scan.
And as an extra bonus, here's one of his friends:
You may notice a similarity. In fact, if I drew another dozen or so little dudes like these, you'd notice they all look similar (take a look at the badger too... notice a trend? One day I'll draw something looking to the right. And then the world will end).
It's not hard for me to push my artistic boundaries, because they're so easy to find.NB: I stole the idea of vector-drawing over scans from Andy Weir, webcomic genius artist and author of Casey and Andy (sadly on hiatus, but well worth perusing the archive), and the clever Cheshire Crossing. Here's an entertaining tutorial on how he makes his artwork.